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What is the name of the beautiful vine in this photo? Thanks!
What is the stone that was used on the floor? Is the edge the same material? I haven't found anything that thick that has a nice edge in it.
bottom of columns to grow vines from
Love how the vines are in planters left in the cement and growing up the posts.
vine growing up the post (pool House idea)
Love vines growing up timber columns
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what type of vine is this?
wood guarantee and wood rot problem - vines void the warranty
my builder said the wood products company would not provide a warranty for wood with vines growing on it. My pergola started rotting out after 4 years of vines. What wood would be recommended and how long
In certain situations the horizontal beams and posts can be capped with flashing to prolong the life. Part of having a vine on a trellis or arbor is pruning and maintaining the vine so that it doesn't lay on the adjacent house or become a huge pile of vegetation.
could we cut a walkway like this coming from street to front door?
could filter through over glass doors
the arbor and vines. Could improve the seating.
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Crawling vines, would use this In Interior pool surroundings
nice warm chic courtyard with vines - indoor/outdoor concept
light colored stone or stamped concrete
vines growing from holes in patio
courtyard pool in this grand Houston home. Climbing vines suggest coolness — a much-desired feature in the hot Texas summers!
5. Stately ArchesColumns and arches set the stage for a luxurious courtyard pool in this grand Houston home. Climbing vines suggest coolness – a much-desired feature in the hot
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What kind of vine is growing in there? Is it supported or self supporting?
outdoor arches with ivy and stone flooring
ethereal, with the vines covering the arches.
creeping fig is the vine . boston Ivy is the one that changes color. what we have is english ivy
Columns and arches with vines
Vines - inside laini (wall
That vine is "creeping fig".
stone flooring...Creeping fig vine...stone deck light...lights and vines...Vines and light...stone patio...double glass door...glass door
Dave Adams Photography
Gravel again? Vine growing on house.
I like the stone for façade on our new house and maybe fireplace inside
Vine covered wall. Change of material outside door
Entrance courtyard with vines on rock wall
LOVE vines on a building
Stone fassade with plantings
Stone work...vine/ rock...stone walls...stone exterior...p vine...outdoor - vines...Stone wall...Amazing stone work...Love the stone...Vines & Stone...love the vines...stone house...glass door
Sally Wheat Interiors
What kind of climbing vine did you use
This is not my design but my guess is its solanum jasminioides- white potato vine. at first i thought it was needle point ivy but the white flowers changed my mind. i could see either working but the white potato vine would require weekly pruning in the growing season. needlepoint would be slower
Green and brown All very calming. Love vines!!
box hedge as natural border between side walk and house on 56 maple street
like the back fence and the stones on patio
endless, but typically fruit trees, shrubs with compact growth and vines that cling are the best choices.
Wheat enlisted her husband to help her do something different in the backyard. “It seemed like everyone was training vines in X patterns,” she says. When her husband suggested O shapes, she readily
What type of vine is this?
wall with vine to soften the look from the street
vine and narrow tall plant box
Boxes with vines- gives height immediately- using reclaimed wood to tie in rest of house would look cool. I like this Rogers red vine- comingle with star jasmine would be sweet
Don't forget about vertical space! Walls and fencing are just as fair game as the ground. Make use of this space by implementing attractive vines and creepers, hanging lights, sconces, or even picture frames and mirrors.